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The Department of State is A.)an independent regulatory agency that is part of the legislative branch under the Constitution B.)an independent regulatory agency that is part of the executive branch under the Constitution C.)a cabinet department that is part of the legislative branch under the Constitution D.)a cabinet department that is part of the executive branch under the Constitution User: The President of the United States A.)has the power to lead the U.S. Postal Service under ...
Weegy: B) can appoint officials to the federal bureaucracy with the approval of the senate [ ] User: The existence and monitoring of independent regulatory agencies depends on the A.)President B.)Congress C.)Bureaucracy D.)Supreme Court Weegy: The existence and monitoring of independent regulatory agencies depends on the a) President User: The president exerts the most influence over A.)appointments to federal agency positions B.)federal independent regulatory agencies C.)convincing legislators to pass new laws D.)reducing the size of the bureaucracy Weegy: The president exerts the most influence over C) convincing legislators to pass new laws User: Examples of how Congress oversees the power of the executive branch is its power to A.)approve presidential appointments and conduct investigations B.)create regulations that only apply to official executive offices C.)sign the president's policies into law and enforce regulations D.)impeach executive officials for creating too much red tape Weegy: B.)create regulations that only apply to official executive offices User: The main function of the executive branch is to A.)carry out and enforce laws and policies B.)write and pass new national legislation C.)increase the size of the bureaucracy D.)select who will serve as president Weegy: The answer is letter A.)carry out and enforce laws and policies (More)
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An independent regulatory agency A.)must exist on a temporary basis B.)works for the legislative branch C.)is part of the executive branch D.)creates new federal legislation
Weegy: An independent regulatory agency is part of the executive branch . User: Article II of the U.S. Constitution describes the A.)structure and powers of the legislative branch B.)organization and duties of the executive branch C.)oversight and impeachment powers of Congress D.)creation and support of the federal bureaucracy Weegy: Article II of the U.S. Constitution describes the B.)organization and duties of the executive branch. (More)
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The president's cabinet includes A.)members of Congress B.)the president pro tempore C.)heads of the executive departments D.)justices of the Supreme Court
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The president's cabinet includes: heads of the executive departments.
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Article II of the U.S. Constitution describes the: organization and duties of the executive branch.
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